O’Brien 2010 Radica Kneeboard

Taking cues from O'Brien's leading wakeboard and water ski designs, the 2010 Radica kneeboard delivers a super-stable ride for an affordable price.

The Radica is equipped with wakeboard-style, molded quad fins that make edging and carving a breeze, while also allowing your legs to release for spin-type tricks. The water-ski-influenced bevel, meanwhile, helps the board sit low in the water, adding stability and supporting quick edge-to-edge transitions when carving. And riders will love the built-in hook and 3-inch padded strap, which make it easy to get in position. Made of entry-level plastic, the Radica is designed for beginning- and intermediate-level kneeboarders.

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Kneeboard Brands

As with everything else, kneeboarding also has its own market. Since it appeared and started acquiring vast popularity, various brands arose. Everyone wants a piece of the pie, but which pie tastes the best is what we’ll try to discover in this article.

Firstly, some people tend to buy certain brands because of its popularity, which doesn’t necessarily means that the brand in question is the best - it’s just the most popular one. Like cars that run on gas, they aren’t the best cars, but they are the most popular cars, for now. So, before coming to a conclusion about a brand, you have to look at its quality. This is sometimes hard to do with certain products, especially if you are just another buyer, but with some kneeboards, it’s much easier to assess quality, but it does however require you to have a lot of experience in kneeboarding.

Today most of kneeboards are manufactured by the same manufacturers that make water skis. One of the very important aspects in comparing an ordinary kneeboard compared to a good one is its weight. The basic idea behind having a great and fun kneeboarding experience is to have very light kneeboard, but obviously not too light. You have to know exactly how much you weigh and how much your kneeboard should weigh compared to your weight. One of the best manufacturers of kneeboards has to be O’Brien.

O’Brien has been in the business of water sports and manufacturing for various water sports forever. O’Brien is a true legend in the field of water sports. Today it is still a strong brand and it is manufacturing surf boards, water skis and various other water sport equipment, including kneeboards. They are constantly trying to improve themselves and their products and - most importantly - is that they are succeeding.

If someone is new to kneeboarding - or has years or even decades of experience - O’Brien’s kneeboards will suit them perfectly. Top notch quality, help, support and long history to support its quality, all say that choosing an O’Brien’s product will guarantee quality and a fun time doing whatever water sport you are interested in.

One of the best guarantees when choosing a good brand regarding any product is the brand’s history. The longer the history, the better guarantee of its quality, but obviously only if it has improved over time. In the end, regardless of what the masses say regarding the best brand of any product, it is the individual’s feeling and understanding of a specific product made by specific brand that matters the most. Some may have luck in getting the best product from a brand associated with lesser quality products. On the other hand, some just don’t care what the brand of their product is, as long as it works well and didn’t cost much, or especially if it was free.